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The Rebel ukuleles here at SUS. They look, sound and feel so good for the price. It never sounds muddy though. Throughout every playing style, you have a crisp and clear edge to the warm tone. This is a characteristic which really sets good quality solid mango ukuleles apart from more traditional tonewoods like mahogany and acacia family.
Unsurprisingly, the fuller body double creme is bassier and richer than the thinner bodied creme brulee models. If you want more punch and brightness, think about the creme brulee models, but if you want that fullness and bass response, the double creme
tenor ukulele has you more than covered.
The build quality is nothing short of world class. The facility in Thailand where these are made is a tightly run ship, and everyone knows exactly what they're doing. Nice one, guys!
This used one is in very good condition, but has a dink on the corner of the headstock, and a couple of much smaller dinks to the gloss on the edge of the top. There are no major marks at all on the top or the back, so easily 8/10 condition cosmetically overall.
Standard thickness tenor Top, side and back: Mango Scale: 17-3/32 19-Fret ebony fretboard, 14 frets to body Neck: Mahogany Nut and saddle: TUSQ Headplate: Mango with Rebel logo woods inlay Bridge: Ebony Fret markers: Maple Tuners: Gotoh planetary tuners Finish: High gloss Strings: Worth BT-LG low G strings with unwound low G Nut width: 37mm VIDEO VIDEO